Karaoke fans who miss singing their hearts out can now find some reprieve. K.Star has reopened its Suntec outlet for music lovers who can book the themed rooms and enjoy their favourite tunes, just that live singing is not allowed because Covid-19 is still a thing.
The karaoke joint started operations in Suntec on Dec 13 and they have since shared a number of packages online such as the birthday package that comes with are room decoration, a mini birthday cake and a small gift.
There's even a live streaming package available for those who want a change of background for their live videos. It includes room rental for three hours, equipment that you'll need and of course, free Wi-Fi.
Sure there's no singing allowed yet, but it's a first step and more good news might be on the way.
A representative of K.Star told AsiaOne that the brand has applied to be part of the nightlife pilot programme for karaoke establishments. After surveying its customers, it has applied for groups of two to be able to sing, with no alcohol served and no Covid-19 test required at its Plaza Singapura outlet.
The other option would be to apply for groups of five people to sing and be served alcohol, but they would have to take a Covid-19 test.
Another karaoke joint that has reopened is Sing My Song Family Karaoke. However, it's not for people to sing, but as a place to work from with unlimited Wi-Fi, power sockets and soundproof rooms, while blaring the music that they like.
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